Hi,My OS is Windows 8 64 bit. I'm using Quartus II 13.1 Web Edition, and Modelsim 10.1d. My path in EDA Tools is set to "C:\altera\13.1\modelsim_ase\win32aloem", when I go Tools > Run Similation Tool > RTL Simulation; I get this Nativelink Error: Can't launch the ModelSim-Altera software -- the path to the location of the executables for the ModelSim-Altera software were not specified or the executables were not found at specified path... I can manually start it by the way. Thank you Baris Yakut
You need to specify the link to the ModelSim executable file in the Quartus Option before launching nativelink. Or check your environment variable to see if it is pointing to the right file.
I just tried launching the RTL Simulation Tool and got the same error. I checked Tools>Options>EDA Tool Options and noticed that the path to the ModelSim executable was wrong - it hadn't been updated from 13.0 when I updated to 13.1. I changed 13.0 to 13.1 and the simulation tool worked OK. It now reads "C:\altera\13.1\modelsim_ase\win32aloem".
--- Quote Start --- when you add the path: "C:\altera\13.1\modelsim_ase\win32aloem" you need to add "\" --- Quote End --- This also worked for me, using Quartus II 13.1 Update 4 newly installed on Windows 7 64-bit. Thanks!
Hi! I also had this problem, and in my case the solution of adding the '\' was not enough. I had one more configuration issue, and thought I'll post my problem/solution here for you.I am running Quartus II 16.0 and ModelSIM Altera Starter 10.4d and had all paths set right. What helped was to also set the correct EDA tool in the project settings. To verify, go to Assignments > Settings > EDA Tool Settings and make sure you have ModelSIM-Altera selected under Tool Name. Similarly, go to Assignments > Settings > EDA Tool Settings > Simulation and do the same. Initially I had it set to ModelSIM, and Quartus was right to not find the right executables.